Information and Presentation Layer Architect
Caspar Lam is the Information and Presentation Layer Architect at ARTstor. Working closely with the Metadata, Strategic Services, and Technology teams, Caspar is responsible for ongoing design direction and user experience for ARTstor's software platforms, including Shared Shelf and Vocabulary Warehouse.
Prior to joining ARTstor, Caspar worked with clients such as the Guggenheim Museum, the Yale School of Architecture, and at Li, Inc. on fashion brands including Ohne Titel and Vogue China. His work has been recognized by Adobe, AIGA, and I.D. Magazine Annual Design Review. He has been a visiting critic at the Hong Kong Design Institute and served as an Adjunct Associate Research Scholar at Columbia University's GSAPP.
Caspar holds an MFA from Yale University and degrees in biology and design from the University of Texas at Austin. He teaches interaction design at Parsons the New School for Design.